Emily Crisman (Reporter)

Phone: 423-757-6508
E-mail: ecrisman@timesfreepress.com
Bio:
Emily Crisman became a staff writer for the Chattanooga Times Free Press Community News division in 2009 and became assistant editor of the Signal Mountain and North Hamilton Weekly editions in 2013. She also writes for other Times Free Press publications including Chatter and 4Paws, of which she became the editor in 2014. Emily graduated with a degree in humanities from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2006.

Here are a few bloom-based festivals to check out this month

Published Apr. 1 2017

Spring is one of the best times of year to be in the South. Just ask the tens of thousands...

Recipes: Brunch cocktails

Published Mar. 26 2017

We know that Saturday night left you feeling a little too worn down to make your own drinks, but on...

Georgia's history comes to life in local resident's new book

Published Mar. 22 2017

Lynelle Mason, a former Rossville resident now living at Alexian Village on Signal Mountain, is releasing her sixth novel, "Trailblazer,"...

Red Bank School Advisory Committee holds first meeting

Published Mar. 22 2017

The Red Bank School Advisory Committee, established last month to explore the possibility of the city forming its own school...

Recipe: Turkey, Vegetable and Oat Mini Meatloaves with Marinara Sauce

Published Mar. 19 2017

Here's everything you need to know to make this delicious dish.

Clean Cuisine

Published Mar. 19 2017

The following restaurants received the top scores on their Hamilton County Health Department inspections for the week of March 6-12:

Improvements beginning soon for Manufacturers and Hamm roads

Published Mar. 15 2017

The revitalization of the city's riverfront was never meant to stop downtown — and it isn't — said Michael Wurzel,...

Natural Body celebrates 20th anniversary

Published Mar. 15 2017

Twenty years ago, it was difficult to find a massage therapist in Chattanooga, much less a full-fledged day spa.

Chess Ninja classes coming to Mountain Arts Community Center

Published Mar. 15 2017

What better way to learn the game of chess than to become a living chess piece? Kids participating in the...

Harvest Home specializes in sheep

Published Mar. 15 2017

Cheri Miller, owner of local farmers market vendor Harvest Home, developed her love for sheep in England and Ireland, where...

Signal Mountain High School sophomore releases first novel

Published Mar. 15 2017

Of all the people who dream of writing a novel, very few will experience the satisfaction of holding in their...

Appointed Quartet marks five years

Published Mar. 15 2017

Appointed Quartet is celebrating its fifth anniversary with two nights of performances at The Colonnade Center Friday March 17 at...

Recipe: Cheesy Chicken French Bread Pizza

Published Mar. 12 2017

This cheesy concoction can easily be prepared ahead of time for a quick and delicious weekday meal.

Clean Cuisine

Published Mar. 12 2017

The following restaurants received the top scores on their Hamilton County Health Department inspections for the week ending March 3:

Signal Mountain High School team places third in state science bowl

Published Mar. 8 2017

Signal Mountain High School's team recently took home third place at the Tennessee Science Bowl, the best the school has...

Signal Mountain Nursery marks 70 years with special event

Published Mar. 8 2017

Signal Mountain Nursery is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, and the community is invited to participate in the festivities...

Donors question Soddy-Daisy officials about fire hall project

Published Mar. 8 2017

Soddy-Daisy has yet to begin construction on Fire Hall No. 3 on the south end of the city, and several...

Make Signal Mountain shine on Sparkle Day

Published Mar. 8 2017

With the town of Signal Mountain and the Signal Mountain Lions Club having successfully revitalized the Sparkle Day town cleanup...

Fresh options

Published Mar. 5 2017

Step outside your usual favorites and sample some of the area's newest restaurants.

Clean Cuisine

Published Mar. 5 2017

The following restaurants received the top scores on their Hamilton County Health Department inspections for the week ending Feb. 24: